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Similar words: canopypanoramamonopolysynopsispeopledropletcomplyimplyMeaning: ['pænəplɪ]  n. a complete and impressive array. 
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1. a portrait of the general in full panoply.
2. a porcupine's panoply of quills.
3. There is a whole panoply of remedies and drugs available to the modern doctor.
4. The government has promised a whole panoply of social and economic improvements.
5. Boer nationalism merely erected a massive legislative panoply for racial discrimination.
6. Nor did they continue to deploy the full panoply of radical techniques in moments of perceived social and political crisis.
7. The result was a glorious panoply of sensual colour ranging from vibrant cobalt to cool mauve-blue, from sunflower yellow to melon.
8. Penicillin was used to treat a whole panoply of conditions.
9. In the whole panoply of anti-poverty policies the minimum wage stands as the vital back marker.
10. The lakes were surrounded By a panoply of mountains.
11. Description: The Yixian formation of China contains a panoply of exquisitely - preserved insects, vertebrates, and plants.
12. He was attended, as are all heads of state, by a full panoply of experts.
13. Statues of angels, madonnas, saints and saviours cram the skyline, creating a surreal panoply of agony and ecstasy.
14. That is, assuming there will be room for them once the full panoply of testing and assessment is in place.
15. The Basic Law will still be enacted, promising a panoply of rights and freedoms for 50 years beyond 1997.
16. He had not seen her enter because his attention had been fixed upon the well-ordered panoply of her retinue.
17. The unhappy peasantry of Bengal found itself saddled with an impressive panoply of middlemen and parasites.
18. Here, the dusk is sudden, the night silent, the panoply of stars immense and brilliant.
19. In addition, most hunter - gatherer societies today have a panoply of deities.
20. They were enriched with the wisdom of God and girded with the panoply of heaven.
21. Kael wrote admiringly of film critic James Agee's "full panoply of loving terms," and when a movie overjoyed her, she was also profuse and immediate in her praise.
22. The same occurs with hard core and blue porn : the sexual organ,[] whether erect or open wide is just another sign in the hypersexual panoply. Phallus-design.
23. But all they had added was the trappings and panoply of applied science.
24. How could you possibly match wine to such a panoply of competing and powerful flavours?
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